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Lane of Virginia Takes 1500

The first event of the evening on the last day of the Women's NCAA Div. I Championships was the 1500 Freestyle. Virginia had two swimmers in the final heat while

ALSHAMMAR HAMMERS WORLD RECORD IN 50 FREE

By Claudia Weidlich March 18, Athens. THERESE Alshammar, of Sweden, caused mouths to fall wide open at the world short-course championsips with one of the most astonishing world records set

Women’s Division I – Day 3 Prelims Wrap-up

The prelims of Day 3 of the Women's NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships saw some fast swimming with the promise of even faster swimming tonight. Kristy Kowal led the way

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400m FREE RELAY WILL BE A BATTLE

The top six teams all qualified within seven-tenths of a second of each other in prelims of the 4 x 100m freestyle relay, setting up the prospect for a battle

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HYMAN QUALIFIES FIRST IN 200m FLY

Stanford's Misty Hyman bounced back from a sub-par performance in the 200m back earlier this morning, qualifying first in the 200m fly at 2:10.14. With teammate Shelly Ripple winning the

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Lanne Leads 100m free

100m free prelims Texas junior Colleen Lanne qualified first in the 100m free with a time of 54.61, as only three swimmers cracked 55 seconds. Georgia's Courtney Shealy, winner of

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200 Back Prelims – Botsford 1st

Last December, Arizona's Beth Botsford set an American record of 2:07.36 in the 200m back, the world's fastest time this season. In this morning's prelims she swam a smooth race

Gary Hall Petitions Congress For Diabetes

By Phillip Whitten Olympic swimmer Gary Hall, Jr. and Miss America 1999 Nicole Johnson will be among the key speakers at a rally on Capitol Hill in Washington Tuesday, March